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Author Guidelines:
 
• Authorship credit should be based on 1. Substantial contributions to conception
and design, acquisition of data or analysis and interpretation of data; 2. Drafting
the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content; and 3. Final
approval of the version to be published.
• Each author should have participated sufficiently in the work to take public
responsibility for appropriate portions of the content.
• The author who submits the paper is a corresponding author, who manages the
communication between the journal and all the co-authors of the paper.
• The corresponding author must inform all the co-authors of the submission of the
manuscript to the journal. It is recommendable all the co-authors to be included in
CC of the email communication.
• The corresponding author designates a substitute of correspondence for times of
unavailability.
• The corresponding author ensures that the manuscript is not submitted elsewhere
and that the content is in accordance with the ESJ policies (such as citations
standards, ethics, conflict of interest etc.).
• If some other individual, who is not one of the paper`s co-authors, submits the
paper, signed authorization by the authors have  to  be  provided.